The changing tree in Parkinson’s disease
Nature Neuroscience 18, 1196 (2015).
Authors: Paolo Calabresi & Massimiliano Di Filippo
Dopamine loss in Parkinson's disease affects not only the basal ganglia, but also motor cortex, causing a surprising increase of spine turnover in the cortical dendritic tree and altering synaptic plasticity and memory retention.
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